It seems a shame to farewell familiar characters but this book is a fitting conclusion to Avondale lecturer Dr Brad Watson’s David trilogy.
Author Dr Brad Watson returns to bookshelves with the third and final book in a series telling the story of a boy and the challenge of adolescence. He answers questions from Signs Publishing Book Editor Nathan Brown about David’s Triumph, its place in the series and its influence on readers.
An Avondale lecturer’s third and final book in a series telling the story of a boy and the challenge of adolescence launched this weekend.
The Avondale academic who co-edited the first book to objectively critique child sponsorship has now completed the doctoral degree on which it is based.
The telling of a young asylum seeker’s journey from Afghanistan at the launch of a justice book has poignantly illustrated the rationale for its publication.
A book co-edited by an Avondale academic is the first to objectively critique one of the most enduring and important flows of humanitarian aid. Its launch featured a panel of representatives from the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, Asian Aid, Baptist World Aid and Compassion. Robyn Priestley of Sydney Adventist Forum reflects on the discussion.
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